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  • kenypowa
    Mar 30, 11:59 AM
    Microsoft is suing homebuilders for offering "Windows" in their homes. Instead, they need to refer to them as "transparent viewing portals".

    Where were you when Apple sued NYC for using "Big Apple" in its travel brochure? Apple is being a dick in this case.

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  • macfan881
    Sep 12, 02:46 PM
    I'm in the same boat, just bought mah-jong for my video ipod and it won't drag in. and itunes says my software is "up to date":mad:
    i was able to get it by just restoring it through the ipod details in itunes im now qurently updating my ipod to 1.2

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  • boxandrew
    Sep 5, 12:04 PM
    iLounge has received the same invitation (http://www.ilounge.com/index.php/news/comments/apple-to-hold-showtime-event-on-september-12th/)

    Looks like it's now for definite going to happen. Only one week to wait...

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  • cirus
    Apr 22, 02:18 PM
    This may have been asked and answered before, but is the common belief that USB and Firewire will be completely gone soon? For example, my Macbook Air has room for only two ports - a mini-display drive, and a USB drive. Is the idea that the Thunderbolt drive will replace the USB, and that purchasers of the new Air will use an adapter of some sort for "old" USB peripherals moving forward?

    I don't think so. It would kinda destroy the purpose of an ultraportable if you have to carry an adapter around. The minidisplay will be replaced by thunderbolt instead. USB is still used a lot (currently) so it would be like shooting yourself in the foot to remove it (printers, USB memory keys, mice, etc.)

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  • lkrupp
    Apr 20, 11:16 AM
    Not good. I need an explanation.

    What? You think GM's OnStar, and the other car manufacturer's systems, don't keep a record of exactly where your automobile has been? All cars have black boxes these days. You think your bank doesn't know where you've been and what you've bought? You think the government, and most companies, don't already know more about you than you do yourself, like where you go, what you buy, who your friends are, what political persuasion you are?

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  • clintob
    Oct 12, 04:53 PM
    Maybe we miss understand each other here, but Im talking about mortality rates of woman and children WITH HIV. Not mortality rates of all women and children. Those are two totally different things...

    Oh, okay... misunderstood your first point. But, in that respect, it's worth noting that the corolation you're making could be made for any number of diseases - heart disease, liver failure, certain cancerns, etc. Female mortality rates are generally higher for many diseases. I'm not sure what the scientific reasoning is for this... perhaps someone here has a medical background more developed than mine who would know the answer to that. I would guess it's the same reasoning as for children, in that women are generally smaller and thus likely have less physical cell mass, and thus less innate ability to fight disease?

    Either way, your original point is well-taken... but the overall numbers are still heavily skewed towards more men than women being afflicted. Not sure what that means, and at this point we can talk in circles about who is right and who is wrong, but it doesn't amount to much.

    It's a terrible tragedy that the disease exists in the first place, let alone spreads, and if donating a percentage of the proceeds from a successful business helps that cause in some way I'm all for it - whether there are alterior motives or not is immaterial. It's a good thing.

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  • anotherkenny
    Apr 30, 04:40 PM
    Tom was referring to this feature (http://arstechnica.com/business/news/2011/01/shows-over-how-hollywood-strong-armed-intel.ars).
    "Intel... takes advantage of a new hardware module inside Sandy Bridge's GPU to enable the secure delivery of downloadable HD content to PCs, has been blasted as "DRM." But of course it's only a DRM-enabler�a hardware block that can store predistributed keys that the Sandy Bridge GPU uses to decrypt movies a frame at a time before they go out over the HDMI port."

    It allows for secure playback of cloud movies, without the risk of pirating. Your own files aren't being scrutinized.

    Clix Pix put the matte preference well in an old post (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=245491):

    Go "matte.....easier on your eyes under all lighting conditions, more accurate representation of what will be printed or show on other people's monitors."

    Photographers and people who don't like sparkled/ full of reflection monitors go with matte.

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  • jesteraver
    Sep 10, 07:23 AM
    It seems Apple could just wait for Clovertown...


    which appears to be 2 Woodcrests on one processor. Could we see 8-Core Mac Pros' in 2007?


    More than likely. It will come with a price probably.

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  • Porchland
    Aug 31, 01:10 PM
    Apple Insider was saying the movie price would be $14.99 -I would not pay that much to watch a movie on a small screen... no way, unless I had a hour long commute to work on a train... can't believe there are that many people like that out there!

    This may be on the rosy side, but I assume that $14.99 for new titles and $9.99 for catalog titles means higher resolution. Otherwise, a movie is 7x the cost of a TV episode with no added value, which just doesn't sound like something Apple would do.

    The higher resolution would allow you to (somehow) play the episode directly to your TV and burn a copy on DVD. The biggest problem is size. It would take as long to download a 2-hour movie in HD (or even SD) as it would to watch it.

    I hope Apple gets this movie thing right.

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  • Ommid
    Apr 25, 12:50 PM
    Should be interesting!!

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  • Amazing Iceman
    Mar 30, 12:00 PM
    Examples of uses (Dvorak in his references to "killer app"):

    2005: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/a-k...or-real-estate
    2004: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,1599324,00.asp
    2003: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,1191830,00.asp

    What I understood is that the word "App" by itself is not the reason for the lawsuit, but the term "App Store" is; both words used together.

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  • mac.rumors
    Apr 30, 10:51 PM
    Call me clumsy or whatever, but I hate the 'corners': I accidentally trigger them all the time on a frien's machine. Mostly because I use the Apple menu a lot. I DO miss the old mouse's side buttons/center button!

    Isn't this and your quoted post by JMP the same - MacOS X related troll in an iMac update thread?

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  • speakerwizard
    Sep 9, 11:22 AM
    Dont know if anyone will bother reading this far in but these new imac core2duos still have the same 667mhz bus speed as before, we wont see new bus speeds till nearly a year from now i hear, that sucks, this system could probably warp ahead with a better bus speed, i wanna upgrade from my g5 dual 2.7 (1.35ghz bus speed if i remember right) but im not sure how much diffference it would really make to me, and going mac to an imac from a powermac is a bit odd for me (im a 3d animator) there are pros and cons but im still tempted, main think holding me back is an intel maya, although i could always bootcamp windows and use that version!

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  • ChazUK
    Apr 20, 01:38 PM
    Enough with the chicken little episodes already.

    Apparently, this is related to AT&T only and it is not based on GPS location services but rather a database of cell towers. It contains no identifiable information and is sent to AT&T for analysis for signal strength statistics.

    Since it does not contain personal information and is being used to analyze the state of the AT&T network, I don't see a problem here. People who are not inside of the US are not affected by this.

    If you think that this is a privacy concern then you need to have your head examined. It is anonymous statistical information and nothing more.

    Watch the video. It was happening on the guys phones who discovered it in the UK. Unless AT&T's signal is better than people let on, I doubt they have signal in the UK. ;)

    Edit: From tatonka's link below, this is Southern England.

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  • Steve121178
    Apr 20, 10:39 AM
    Apple goes to all sorts of lengths to protect media files with FairPlay, yet they don't care about stuff like this. Shows where their focus is; protecting their own stuff and not giving a flying f--- about the user. :mad:

    Apple has never cared about the user, this is not news. Apple only care about one thing: money

    As for being tracked, I couldn't care less. In the UK, there are so many CCTV cameras, you can't do anything without it being recorded. No point getting upset about it...

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  • GGJstudios
    Apr 10, 01:30 PM
    Playing around with a Mac OS X Leopard system and noticed that default apps can be modified without authentication by admins unlike Snow Leopard where authentication is required.
    What exactly do you mean? Do you mean changing the default app for opening a file type, using the Get Info window? Or do you mean some modification to the app itself? If the former, it works the same in L and SL. I haven't tried the latter yet.

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  • blahblah100
    Mar 30, 01:39 PM
    Amen, brother... M$ wants to have it their way but not allow anyone else to do the same.

    Care to explain how App�� differs?

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  • scrapple
    Apr 28, 03:28 PM
    they both made billions... who cares.

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  • JMP
    Apr 30, 01:27 PM
    Why do they want OS X users to feel as if we were on an iPad!!!???
    If I wanted/needed one, I'd buy one. What the hell !!!???????:mad::mad::mad::mad:

    Sep 14, 07:16 PM
    That'd be very nice, but I think that's too niche for Apple to get into. Although Apple does take its photography seriously, it only really produces hardware that is versatile and can be used for many different tasks - i.e. although the Mac Pro is serious photograhpy equipment, it can also be serious movie editing or CAD equipment. Infact, I can't think of any hardware made by Apple that is specifically photography directed.

    Then again, there's nothing to say they won't break the habit of a lifetime.
    While I have nothing to back up this idea beyond wild speculation, it makes sense if you think about it for a while.

    I used the name "Aperture.iPod" just for this thread. I think the APerture features would be targeted to special audience, but even the Photo uploading features (plus integration into iPhoto) would give it the broader appeal you correctly discuss.

    Several reason why this might happen:

    1. Apple has had a product called the Photo iPod since October 2004. The fact that few of it's users probably use it for Photos merely points out that it failed in it's targeted market for a number of reasons (probably lack of easy uploading from cameras when not at a computer, small screen, and lack of support for RAW).

    2. Apple's announcement a few days ago about the new iTunes store: (to quote Page 1) "TV shows will now be sold at 640x480 px h264. While the updated 5G iPods announced today will be able to play the new format, there has not been any indication from Apple of yet that the new shows will be playable on older 5G iPods. Apple's official knowledge-base article still states that h264-encoded movies must be 320 x 240 at 30 fps."

    So why will Apple start selling a video size that isn't designed for the current iPod? While it could be for the "iTV" device, I'd image that is a bit too small a resolution to get people excited about. And even if it is, why start selling it 6 months before the device ships?

    3. If Apple was to introduce a new Video iPod with a larger screen, this new larger box would allow a number of things that can''t fit on a small iPod and are perfect for both video AND photography - a large 640 x 480 screen, FW or USB2 connections, and potentially CF/SD card slots (or at least an IO for a fast adapter via the USB2 connection.)

    Hence my conclusion (based on pure speculation) - all these things point to a dual use device. Handheld, but larger than normal iPods, and suitable for both consumer video playback AND photography.

    What better place to introduce this than the biggest consumer photo show in the world?

    Sep 9, 01:06 PM

    You are correct it is a rushed quad core. At least we get more cores out a little faster.
    The biggest advantage is that you get quad cores without having to pay for Xeon chipsets and memory.

    It's also big for the Windows/Linux side of the world. Much of the software is licensed per socket.

    - XP Home - 1 socket
    - XP Pro - 2 sockets
    - Win2k3 Server - 4 sockets

    With a quad core, you can run an 8 CPU XP Pro system without forking over the bucks for Windows Server. Add to that per-socket licensing for many software packages, and it's a huge cost savings.

    Though it's not the best implementation.
    Careful here - it's almost as good as the current Mac Pro quad configuration. There you have two dies communicating over the FSB and Northbridge...

    Apr 4, 11:39 AM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/04/04/attempted-apple-store-holdup-goes-bad-suspect-killed/)

    Apple's Otay Ranch retail store

    San Diego 6 reports (http://www.sandiego6.com/news/local/story/Suspect-Killed-Two-Arrested-in-Apple-Store-Hold/4tTtOBhLMEW7QTRlIW-9CA.cspx) that an attempted holdup at Apple's Otay Ranch retail store (http://www.apple.com/retail/otayranch/) in Chula Vista, California went sour this morning, with one of the robbers reportedly having been shot and killed by a mall security guard.A security guard caught the suspects smashing the glass front doors of the Apple Store at the mall before the mall opened for the day.

    The guard reportedly shot a male suspect in the head. NBC San Diego reports (http://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local/Shooting-Reported-at-Otay-Ranch-Town-Center-119181734.html) that two other suspects, one of whom had also been shot, have been arrested. The incident happened shortly before 7:00 AM this morning, before the store had opened for business.

    Article Link: Attempted Apple Store Holdup Goes Bad: Suspect Killed (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/04/04/attempted-apple-store-holdup-goes-bad-suspect-killed/)

    Full of Win
    Mar 22, 06:05 PM
    FYI guys, just in case we need a refresher here since it been a while. I hope this helps to jog some memories.

    Sep 5, 06:59 PM
    As far as the streaming video possibilities go, I think it would be cool for Apple to include the ability to "project" the entire desktop onto a remote screen, like a TV or projector. The tech is already there, and I think that kind of functionality would be that much cooler and more practical than simply streaming audio/video content. I would love to use my PB's lid-closed mode wirelessly with the TV.

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